|Origin:||furbish 'to clean up' (13-21 centuries), from Old French forbir|
re‧fur‧bish [transitive] especially British English
to decorate and repair something such as a building or office in order to improve its appearance [↪ renovate]:
The Grand Hotel has been completely refurbished.
to change and improve a plan, idea, or skill
—refurbishment noun [uncountable and countable]